Vivek Ramaswamy: Ramaswamy’s offer to Russia..!

-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)

Vivek Ramaswamy, a candidate for the Republican Party nomination, stated that it is very important to distance Russia from China. He announced that he would offer Putin a good deal.


Internet Desk: Vivek Ramaswamy of Indian origin, who is contesting for the presidency of the United States (USA) on behalf of the Republican Party, has announced a different attitude towards Russia. He opined that Russia has become very important when facing China, which has become the main obstacle for America. Moscow should not join Beijing’s side under any circumstances. He announced that if he wins the election and enters the White House, he will offer Russia a good deal to achieve this goal.

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Speaking to an English media company, Ramaswamy revealed that if he were to become the president, he would take decisions such as keeping the current borders between Ukraine and Russia as they are, not giving Ukraine a place in NATO, and removing sanctions. In return, Russia will also have to withdraw from military ties with China. “I have a clear vision. I will make a deal that Putin will accept. It also protects the interests of Americans. That is.. I will keep the lines of control between Russia and Ukraine as they are. Kiev will not be given a seat in NATO. These are enough for Putin to accept the deal. America should also get better offers in return. Should withdraw from military ties with China. In fact, this relationship is the greatest threat facing America today. I will do it completely in reverse to what Nixon did in 1972,” he explained. 

Ramaswamy stated that he will make the Russian military forces to be reduced from the Western Hemisphere. Economic relations with Moscow will be restored. Then it was explained that the need for China would decrease for Moscow. He said that China has become valuable to the West because they have cut ties with Russia. It is believed that this situation arose due to the bombing of the Nordstream gas pipeline